Telesure Lane

Auto & General Park

Telesure Lane

Randburg

2055

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.9803685

28.0138512

71 7th Ave

Hanover Square Block B 1st Floor

7th Ave

Edenvale

1401

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.14181

28.151769999999942

5 Cornwall Plce

Cornwall Plce

Wynberg

7824

Western Cape

South Africa

-34.00109

18.4677599

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Wills and Trusts

We all do our best to prepare for the future. Wills and trusts are very important for future planning and should not be put off, especially if you have children. Wills and trusts will protect your assets and provide for your loved ones after your death. Both are useful estate planning devices that serve different purposes. The main difference between a will and trust is that a will only goes into effect after you die, while a trust takes effect as soon as you create it.
 
A will is a legal document that allows you to name those who will inherit your property and other assets after you die. It also allows you to name a guardian for your children and for you to specify funeral arrangements. Without a will you will have absolutely no say in what happens with your property. The court will generally oversee all the administration of your will and ensure that it is valid. A will only covers property that is in your name when you die and does not cover any property that is held in a trust.
 
A trust is a legal arrangement that enables you to create a separate legal entity to protect your assets and property from taxes, public scrutiny and probate. Trusts may be created while you are living or upon your death as stated in your will. A trust does not replace a will. Trusts usually only cover property that has been transferred to the trust. A court does not have to oversee the process and therefore saves you time and money.
 
To find wills and trusts in South Africa, browse our Yellowpages listings. 

Wills and Trusts

We all do our best to prepare for the future. Wills and trusts are very important for future planning and should not be put off, especially if you have children. Wills and trusts will protect your assets and provide for your loved ones after your death. Both are useful estate planning devices that serve different purposes. The main difference between a will and trust is that a will only goes into effect after you die, while a trust takes effect as soon as you create it.
 
A will is a legal document that allows you to name those who will inherit your property and other assets after you die. It also allows you to name a guardian for your children and for you to specify funeral arrangements. Without a will you will have absolutely no say in what happens with your property. The court will generally oversee all the administration of your will and ensure that it is valid. A will only covers property that is in your name when you die and does not cover any property that is held in a trust.
 
A trust is a legal arrangement that enables you to create a separate legal entity to protect your assets and property from taxes, public scrutiny and probate. Trusts may be created while you are living or upon your death as stated in your will. A trust does not replace a will. Trusts usually only cover property that has been transferred to the trust. A court does not have to oversee the process and therefore saves you time and money.
 
To find wills and trusts in South Africa, browse our Yellowpages listings. 

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